How many more Bush staffers and cabinet members are going to come forward to say Bush was looking for any way into iraq before republicans finally admit it? Bush is one of the worst presidents ever. Misleading a country into a totally unnecessary war is completely wrong. Its pitiful that he calls himself a christian. Saddam Hussein had no connections to al queda, he was not planning any attack on the U.S., the people of Iraq didn't support Saddam: it was not a danger to he U.S. I now believe that Bush deceived the country and the senators with handpicked intelligence on WMD and misleadings about Iraq-9/11 connections. Does anyone actually believe the Bush lie about faulty intelligence? The CIA and Bush knew that there weren't any WMDs, in Tenet's speech about the failure of WMD in Iraq he also said that the CIA did know about Libya giving up its WMD beforehand and that it did posess WMD, so how could they not know that in all of Iraq, there weren't any WMDs to be had? They knew. Attacking Iraq was a failure in the war on terror. The only link to training terrorists was a training camp in KURDISH CONTROLLED TERRITORY. Just as Mr. Clarke said, there is not and has never been a connection between alqueda and Iraq. The newest Bush lie is it was always about the "liberation". Wrong. Enough senators have said that they wouldn't have voted to go to war if the WMD issue was given. Paul Wolfowitz said liberating Iraq wasn't enough of an issue alone to risk American lives. And if Bush had spent more time on the relationships between the ethnicities of Iraq then bragging about not reading the newspaper, we might not be in the total mess we are in. The Iraqis will not be liberated. They hate each other. I liked Mr. Clarkes analogy of the situation: Its like attacking Mexico after Pearl Harbor.